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As Hollywood opened up about the alleged sexual harassment by Harvey Weinstein, our reporter found that the industry had been making references about him in TV shows and awards programs for years.
Although Federica Di Giacomo’s documentary “Deliver Us” is being released during the Halloween season, this film about real-life Catholic exorcisms doesn’t count as a horror movie — exce
There is something about Hollywood that loves a fire. From 1903's "Life of an American Fireman" to the burning of Atlanta in "Gone With the Wind" to more contemporary epics like "Backdraft" and "T
Obsessive but accessible, the deepest dive imaginable into one of the most celebrated scenes in movie history, the documentary "78/52" looks at a brief three minutes of cinema the way it’s never
Obsessive but accessible, the deepest dive imaginable into one of the most celebrated scenes in movie history, the documentary "78/52" looks at a brief three minutes of cinema the way it’s never
Motherhood proves to have a profoundly life-changing effect on a chronically combative teen in “For Ahkeem,” a tenderly intimate, affecting documentary portrait by filmmakers Jeremy S. Levine
Ittetsu Nemoto, the Zen monk at the center of Lana Wilson’s documentary “The Departure,” is on his phone a lot and loves dancing at nightclubs. The latter appetite is because he needs the re
The gala program, with two premieres (one by Alexei Ratmansky one by Jessica Lang), demonstrated how this troupe has been changing.
In “The Snowman,” a wretched waste of time and talent from the Swedish director Tomas Alfredson (“Let the Right One In”), two detectives track a serial killer who likes to hack up women’
Joe Ide’s follow-up to his award-winning debut novel, “IQ,” begins in the exact spot that story left off: in a junkyard with a car full of evidence.
The images, whether captured by drone or phone, come patiently and powerfully in Ai Weiwei’s large-scale documentary “Human Flow,” an artful, solemn globe-hop epic of the refugee crisis with
A day after the world learned of Gord Downie's death, his brother Mike Downie says their collaboration on an ambitious project aimed at reconciliatio
Keep your expectations low and you could do far worse, comedy-wise, than “Killing Gunther,” an amusing if dispensable mockumentary from former “Saturday Night Live” funnyman Taran Killam,
The online retailer is moving in. Booksellers are nervous. But disrupting Australians’ reading habits might not be so easy to do.
Michael Fassbender and other talented people wander through this leaden mess.
In the mythology of personal growth, liberating yourself leads invariably to increased happiness. Yet what characterizes the seekers in the powerful "One of Us" is nothing that straightforward. As
Deftly balancing humor and grief, “The Bachelors” is fueled by wonderfully human performances and fully realized characters. This is a small but big-hearted movie that deserves more attention
In “Jungle,” as young Israeli adventurer Yossi Ghinsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) and his just-met traveling companions Kevin (Alex Russell) and Marcus (Joel Jackson) make their way through thick, f
Like a lot of long-running horror franchises, “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” series has become a tangle of rehashes and reboots — mostly dire and uninspired. So gore-hounds should be happy to
Naoko Yamada’s “A Silent Voice: The Movie,” which won the 2017 Japanese Movie Critics Award for Best Animation, presents an unflinching depiction of the cruelty children inflict on each othe
The New-York Historical Society’s show on the Vietnam War highlights racial and class divisions, generational rifts and government mendacity.
The New-York Historical Society’s show on the Vietnam War highlights its racial and class divisions, generational rifts and governmental mendacity.
Entering its eighth season, with no end in sight, one of TV’s highest-rated series has forsaken terror for franchise building.
This passionate historical drama from Robin Campillo follows young French activists through an emotional battle for respect and care.
?Shia LaBeouf will spend the next year on probation after the Transformers actor pleaded guilty to a misdemeanour charge of obstruction stemming from
Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s dance-theater show considers racism, colonialism and aging as refracted through the world’s most popular sport.
Mr. Haynes’s lovely adaptation of Brian Selznick’s book centers on a girl in the 1920s and a boy in the ’70s whose lives are mysteriously connected.
Yorgos Lanthimos’s follow-up to “The Lobster” is a family drama that doesn’t reach the same imaginative peaks of his earlier films.
Ms. Handler said she is quitting the series, “Chelsea,” to work on a new Netflix documentary project, in which she’ll talk to “people of different ethnicities, religions and political philosop
Through its first five episodes, this moody series has some good ideas as it tries to adapt the franchise to the times. But it could use an energy boost
The Upright Citizens Brigade will be leaving its famed space in Chelsea and moving to a location on West 42nd Street by early December.
This action drama from Joseph Kosinski — about the Granite Mountain Hotshots of Prescott, Ariz. — offers some real feeling under a schematic surface.
In this slasher comedy, two high school social media stars find that murder is the best way to drum up followers for their online horror brand.
It began as a lark: a satirical advice column in which readers could write in and ask a question — any question — of the Mexican columnist. And the questions poured in. Why do Mexicans love da
It began as a lark: a satirical advice column in which readers could write in and ask a question — any question — of the Mexican columnist. And the questions poured in. Why do Mexicans love da
Red Bull Illume Photo Contest comes to Azerbaijan.
Music is so often noted as a source of inspiration for artists.
Gord Downie is known primarily as a chronicler of Canada, but his lyrics also dealt with bigger ideas, writes John Mazerolle.
A U.S. federal appeals court has rejected a bid to revive a defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby by an actress who said the entertainer raped her in
Major League Baseball wants to turn its first superstar, New York Yankees slugger Babe Ruth, into TV’s next big anti-hero. The league is involved in developing a limited TV series about the life
Thierry Noir was among the first artists to paint on the Berlin Wall. Now he has a new mural up in North Hollywood marking the 50th anniversary of Berlin and Los Angeles' relationship as sister ci
Just For Laughs has announced a restructuring after women have come forward with allegations of harassment and sexual assault against its founder and
'Totally superhuman' is the way Don Speidel remembered former Tragically Hip front man Gord Downie, who he met and gifted an eagle feather during the
"Silk Treasury: Azerbaijani Patterns of the 16th-18th centuries" exhibition opened in the Azerbaijan National Art Museum on October 18.
Pyotr Pavlensky was pictured on social media standing in front of flames at a Banque de France building on the Place de la Bastille.
This documentary follows Izak Szewelewicz, who was sent to Israel as a toddler after World War II, on a search for the brother he didn’t know he had.
This documentary focuses on the hyperkinetic card magician Richard Turner.
This documentary, directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady, follows three ultra-Orthodox Jews who have left the Hasidic community.
The documentary listens to the stories of two women tormented by Mexican law enforcement and criminal gangs.
This film, which features Sam Shepard in his final, all-too-brief screen role, plays more like an experimental art project.
Daniel Radcliffe suffers for his art in this true-life survival tale about the Israeli adventurer Yossi Ghinsberg.
Mike Bartlett’s “Albion” riffs on Chekhov to give a fresh view of modern-day England, but a French play in a new translation proves suffocating.
Animated features earned their own Oscar category in 2001 and three have been nominated for best picture. But even those storied titles (“Beauty and the Beast,” “Up,” “Toy Story 3”) ca
Tehran, Oct 19, IRNA - The 34th edition of Tehran International Short Film Festival (TISFF) hosted directors from 43 countries to screen 110 films from October 17 – 22, 2017, at Mellat Cinema Compl
Tabriz, Oct 19, IRNA – An earthquake measuring 4.3 on Richter scale rocked Sharabian, in East Azarbaijan Province, northwestern Iran, late on Wednesday.
Sure she’s always been outspoken, honest and unfiltered. But now the singer is taking more control of her sound, with a new album, “Meaning of Life.”
To revamp the most boring superhero in the Marvel pantheon, the company turned to an eccentric indie filmmaker from New Zealand. Will Americans like the view inside Taika Waititi’s head?
The “Daily Show” host said of Mr. Weinstein, “This guy keeps getting worse and worse.”
An Oslo building seen as a symbol of social democracy, and damaged in a deadly 2011 car bombing, is to be torn down, with its artworks relocated.
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